Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 has been a calamity for the brand. Pop culture has turned the technological self immolations into a punchline, and the company has been scrambling to save face. According to a new leak of a handset, complete with several features, their big tactic might be the next product in line: the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Imagine knowing what’s going on ahead as if you’re there. The combination of three of Germany’s biggest car manufacturers with HERE Maps is one that should work well. Cars with cameras will share video data of traffic conditions. Users will get precise information on traffic jams and accidents, quick information on changed weather conditions (Fog, rain, snow, etc.), and information about changed traffic signs, parking and events.
Blackberry has announced that after years of struggling to find their footing in the market they once dominated, they will be giving up on making smartphones. Instead, they will be focusing on software, mobile security, and management.
Blackberry’s Sharp Decline
It isn’t a surprise to anyone who has been keeping their eye on the company. Once the biggest player in the mobile game, they were the go to across the world. But with the introduction of the iPhone, and Google’s foray into smartphones with Android, Blackberry sales began to suffer.
Yahoo has released information regarding a hack that occurred in 2014. This attack got the personal details of at least 500 million users. Names, addresses, telephone numbers, birthdays. email addresses, hashed passwords and security questions and answers. Yahoo has been struggling in a few areas, and this hack isn’t something the tech giant needs.
It is no secret that Samsung has always been eager to show up Apple whenever the opportunity arises. Apple’s continued taunts of being copied haven’t helped the rivalry cool down. But while some healthy competition is good for brands, pushing them to up their game, Samsung may have done more harm than good with the Note 7.
GoPro Hero 5 Black and Session
The Hero 5 Black and Session have a few features in common. You can shot videos in 4K at a maximum 30 frames per second. The devices withstand 10 meters underwater submersion without any add-ons. Voice control is a good addition to both models. There’s a choice of 7 languages currently available. ProTune video mode is included, meaning the Hero 5 Session’s images and videos can be edited and colours corrected.
There always seems to be some way to get more features onto a digital device than originally thought. UNLEASHED is a device found on Kickstarter that changes how you interact with a DSLR camera. A tiny device that can change how you create using your camera without needing to upgrade.
So, what is UNLEASHED? A simple idea to give you the ability to control your DSLR camera through your smartphone. Stick it on your camera. Connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Use the app to change flash settings, white balance, ISO settings, aperture, shutter speed, exposure compensation and whatever other settings your camera has.